Married-1 Place 30 Sep 1805, Granville County, North Carolina
Husband's father Philip HARP
Husband's mother Sarah "Sally" VAUGHAN
Wife Sarah DICKENSON Born Place 1784 Granville, , North Carolina
Wife's father Wife's mother
Children List each child in order of birth.
1 F Born Place 1810, Warren Co, Tennessee DiedPlace 1861/1865, , MissourBuried Place By The Side Of The Road To Missouri
Spouse Leonard "Daniel" WAGNON Married Place Abt 1828 , , Arkansas
James or Jim HARP2 M
Cherubia Ann Cherry HARP3 F Born Place 17 Sep 1816/1817 Warren Co., Tennessee Died Place 30 Nov 1892 Clifty, Madison Co., Arkansas Buried Place Clifty Cemetery, Madison Co., Arkansas Spouse Benjamin Franklin VAUGHAN Married Place 1835<, , Tennessee>
Phillip HARP4 M 23 Dec 2007
Phillip HARP4 M 23 Dec 2007
1. Marriages of North Carolina 1753-1868. page 140 Compiled by Brent H. Holcomb
2. Granville Marriage 1763-1888.
John Harp Bondsman
1. AFN:118J-J7B, 12 in family-1830 census Warren co. Tn.
Researcer Pat Sherman got from the LDS church files. Whoever did the research had (AFN:118J-J8J) Sarah
Dickenson a male. (Incorrect.)
2. The same birthdate as Winnie Redam Harp Bohannan on 30 Sep. 1805 N.C.? Sarah Dickenson was the spouse of
Beverly Harp? "These Were The First" BOOK, gives Beverly Harp and Winnie Redam Harp as being born on the same day, no mention of them being twins.
NOTE: I mistakenly put the last name through as a male (Dickenson) with the marriage date that was in TIB file.
3. Earliest Tax Records of Madison Co., AR for the year of 1837 states he was a male of the house. Listed with Enoch, Thomas, and William Harp.
1830- Warren co.,Tennessee census
1840-Johnson Co., Arkansas census
"The settlement of Richland Creek and Wesley , Madison Co.,Arkansas...the first to arrive in 1829 were John Harp and Joseph Mc Murray who settled the Calloway Lawson and Alexander Neely Places..."
Book, Carroll Co., Families: THESE WERE THE FIRST, Carroll Co., Arkansas 1991 compiled by Jim Lair. Fam. Hist. Lib. S.L. City, Utah 84150.
This book has some mistakes in it's research and admitts it. He was born 30 Sep 1805 Carroll Co.,? Is this the correct? More proof needed.
4. "Beverly Harp was a minister and is reputed to have moved into that area that became Carroll Co., circa 1824, but then he went back into what became Madison Co., lived at the head of Cherry Creek." Goodspeed 1989 pge. 421.
Family Group Record
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4. "Beverly Harp was a minister and is reputed to have moved into that area that became Carroll Co., circa 1824, but than went back into what became Madison Co., lived at the head of Cherry Creek." Goodspeed 1989 pge. 421.
5. See History in 976.715 v3cr V.2 Family History Library BYU Madison Co., AR Cementeries forward "Synopsis of Madison County History."
See Goodspeeds 1889 History of N.W. AR, Madison Co., History Section on Settlement, Pg. 420-424. Also,
Goodspeed's History of AR says "Early Land Entries, Madison Co., AR., Twp 16, range 27, 1839, Thomas Harp, NE. S.
W. section. Goodspeed's History of Madison ,Carroll Co., Washington and Benton Counties in Arkansas states that
6. My Kin Folks by Thomas Young Harp, film # 1320703 item 6, Library no. BYU is 919.273 H23h. Marriage records in
Granville Co., N.C. (witness is John Harp).
Census of 1830, Claiborne County, Tennessee. He has 5 males and 7 females. pg VIII.
and in 1830 census Warren Co.,TN pg 362
" ...came from Overton Co., Tennessee to Arkansas Beverly and Sarah came to Arkansas and settled on head of
Cherry Creek in Madison Co. in early 1800's (abt 1832) came to Carroll co. Arkansas and settled on Keels Creek in 1824. He was called a native of Kentucky. He on the Madison Co.,Ark. tax list 1837,1839,1845 and resided Johnson Co.,Arkansas 1840 c."
Born in Tennesse? this goes with what the 1850 c. Calif. twp said of Cherry parents.
1. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
She may have been born 1788? Tennessee?
M- in N.C.
Has 6 children two dau are missing
Brent H. Holcomb, indexed by Patti Matulonis,
Marriages Of Granville Co., North Carolina (Geneological Pub. Co.,Inc.
Baltimore), 140, 1881, Byu Family History Center, Provo, Utah.
23 Dec 2007
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E-Mail: Ella went by Eller. Della, who died about age four, was her twin, From what I've heard, Abbie was a tall thin serious woman. Mama said they went to see an oil well somewhere in Madision County, and Abbie got very sick afterward. A wound appeared in her side of hip and left a hole; we have speculated that she might have been bitten by a spider. She then must have had a stroke, because she was unable to talk a short time after that and right before she died. Mama said they would ask her, "Ma, if you know me, blink your eyes twice." And she did blink her eyes. Juda raised Abbie on her own, and lived with Abbie and Sake after they were married. Mama said she used to light Juda's pipe with a coal from the fireplace. She also said Juda would take cornbread and throw it into the celler saying, "This is for all the widows and orphans." She must have suffered from some form of dementia. From what I have heard, Gilford was a fine man, taking care of Juda in her later years.
Hardy was woudned in the Civil War and never really recovered. From Juda's pension application: Ruth Walcress (daughter of Abby and Thomas Harp) of Huntsville or Eureka Springs age 63 in 1890 stated on her affidavit: I was personally acquainted with Hardy Harp and lived in the same house with him after he was shot at the battle of Ft. Derusha...He was very weak and nervous from the shot and often spit up blood. And was never able to do any more work of any kind. The shot finally killed him on or about the 13th day Sept. 1870. I can remember when Judie McCarver and Hardy Harp were married was at the affair and know that they were never divorced and that Judie Harp has never married since Hardy Harp's death.I think that maybe Hardy is the son of Abby and Thomas Harp mentioned above, but no proof so far. I think Abbie and Sake's children were listed on the genealogy report I sent you yesterday. If not, let me know. My line: Juda Mooneham (Hardy Harp)=Abbie Harp (Sake Eubanks)=Ella Eubanks (Fred Drake)=Bertha Drake (Earl Howell)=Colleen Howell Zuck.
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